By now, you’ve heard that people in real life are not always the nicest people, and that you should be careful about what you say or do in public.
But what if you’re a jerk in real-life?
What if you do that thing where you take offense to something, but not necessarily because you think it’s wrong?
You might be a jerk to a certain subset of people in the world, like the ones who say, “No, that was just stupid.”
In a nutshell, if you don’t understand why you’re being called a jerk, that’s probably because you haven’t been exposed to this kind of behavior.
And that’s where our guide comes in.
As we get to know more about the world and our society, our understanding of this kind the world is changing.
In fact, we are learning about how people actually behave, and how we’re not only getting a better understanding of how our society actually functions, but how it could potentially change in the future.
So how do you know if you need to get your act together in order to avoid being a jerk?
Let’s take a look at some examples.
“No I’m Not” You might not know that you are being called out on your behavior by other people, but if you hear someone say something like, “Oh, you’re just being a dick,” you might start to see it as a red flag.
The first thing you should do is stop and think about it. If you don